157,902,181 Videos Watched

Age Filter: Click to Set

Embed Video
Embed Video:
URL of source video:
Simply give the URL and we will get the embed code automatically, if we support embedding from the site.


There are 2 videos in this category and 0 videos in 0 subcategories.

Category Videos
Not Right For WatchKnowLearn
Ages: 18 - 18
How Canada is Closing the Achievement Gap
From edutopia.org, produced by Edutopia
This six minute video shows how the Ontario, Canada school system is using a variety of ideas to raise the  test scores and graduation rates of students, many of whom do not have English fluency skills. Many ideas including the use of working togethe... [more]
Found by freealan in Mentoring
April 18, 2012 at 11:43 PM
  • Favorites

Not Right For WatchKnowLearn
Ages: 7 - 18
Lowering K-12 Dropout Rates Through Mentors
From YouTube, produced by Edutopia
The Clark County school district, in Las Vegas, Nevada, has increased graduation rates through the "Stay in School Mentoring Project." This 3:41 video has interviews with some of the administration and shows examples of what students are doing with s... [more]
Found by freealan in Mentoring
January 19, 2012 at 12:55 AM
  • Favorites
History [show]

Loading history...

Please make your comments on categories positive, and not just negative.

People work hard on educational categories, and we want to encourage them to make more!

  • Profanity (curse words), sexually suggestive remarks, and other such obviously inappropriate comments will be deleted immediately, and are grounds for immediate expulsion. Remember, children use this website.
  • Personal criticism on project forums and in video content is not allowed and will be deleted immediately. Any violations of this rule could result in expulsion from the project so please, no insults or other negative personal remarks.
  • Very harshly-worded criticism of content will also be deleted promptly. Please use your vote to express your harshest feelings. Repeated violations of this rule can result in expulsion. If you must criticize another person's hard work, then be nice about it.
If you want to comment, please sign in